Great little place!.
This place has become my new number 1 spot! I just love the small places where there’s not a lot of people! We get dinner here every so often and we just love the food! Music is great too!
Aug 9, 1945.
My mom recently passed away and I found this picture in an Alley photo jacket. They are all from the Kansas City area and must have met up while in California. It is from Aug 9th, 1945 when my dad was based in California in the Navy. My mom (in the middle) is pictured with her sister and her first husband (left) and her brother and his first wife (right). How wonderful your restaurant must be to stay in business this long- Congratulations- can't wait to try it!
Grand Lake revelers sing showtunes and eat steak at this funky watering hole.. In Short The interior is dimly lit with low ceilings and ski-lodge-style shingles, while thousands of business cards cover the walls. The dining room is a maze of tables and booths; the tiny bar room is minimalistic. In the back, an old piano is surrounded by a wooden cover to rest drinks upon. A few nightgowns hang inexplicably on a clothesline. Microphones protrude from the piano bar and singers go round-robin, belting out Cole Porter to Hank Williams tunes. The bartender can sometimes disappear for a few minutes, but patrons never seem to be short of a drink.
Cool Dive Bar.
This place is great dive bar. They have a smal menu with good food, great waitresses and bartenders and there's never a long wait to get a drink. The place is decorated like an old alley and comes complete with a singing piano guy. They even have extra mics on the piano if you feel the urge to sing along!